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There were a lot of reunions Sept. 16 during Grandview Heights High School's annual Alumni Night football game.
Grandview Heights High School is a community landmark -- one that holds a special place in many residents' hearts.
Grandview Heights High School's Spirit Week festivities got off to a rollicking start Sept. 19.
The Grandview City School District scored A's in K-3 literacy and graduation rates and received one B, two C's and one D in other components of the 2015-16 Ohio State Report Card, released Sept. 15 by the Ohio Department of Education.
State report cards have been released, and the Grandview Heights City School District continues to be among the top districts in the state. Once again, the district has received the highest Performance Index in Franklin County.
Grandview Heights police responded to a pair of reports of bike thefts at Grandview Heights High School, 1587 W. Third Ave.
The Grandview Heights and Marble Cliff area was the site of several stone quarries that were operational from the mid-1800s. The product of the quarries was not marble, as the name of the adjacent community might suggest, but primarily Monroe and Columbus limestone.
High School Garden Club
A group of Grandview Heights High School students did pretty well last summer with their first attempt at gardening.
The Grandview Heights City School District received grades of A in K-3 literacy and graduation rates and received one B, two C's and one D in other components of the 2015-16 state report card released by the Ohio Department of Education on Thursday, Sept. 15.
Despite a deluge of rain, thunder and lighting Sept. 10 that put a halt to Ox Roast festivities for several hours, this year's event is expected to raise as much money as last year.
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Tyler Blaine of the Grandview Heights area recently graduated from Muskingum University with a degree in business.
The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., Columbus. For more information, call 614-486-2951 or visit ghpl.org.
Northwest Area Progressives will hold a public meeting titled "Meet the Candidates that Almost Nobody Votes for ... Meet the Judges" from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20, at Edison Intermediate/Larson Middle School, 1240 Oakland Ave.
Grandview Heights officials are keeping eyes on a grant application that would bring four bike-share stations to the community.
Grandview Heights police officers were flagged down about 3:45 a.m. Sept. 10 by a resident reporting a nude man was walking on Grandview Avenue south of West Third Avenue.